Kunāfah

Kunāfah

Kunāfah consists of two crunchy layers of shredded and buttered knefe dough, filled with a luscious cheese cream, then drenched in a sugar syrup infused with lemon juice and orange blossom water. It is usually topped with pistachios and is best served warm. Elegant and amazingly simple to make, this dessert is nothing short of what cheese-filled pastry dreams are made of.

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